Be part of #24HOPE

28 August | 24 hours | $350,000

Give what you can to help create a world of possibility for kids with life-threatening illnesses.

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About #24HOPE

It's our biggest fundraising day ever!

Are you ready to be part of something extraordinary?

Make-A-Wish Australia’s first-ever 24 Hours of Possibility Event is here.

For 24 hours on Wednesday 28 August, we're aiming to raise a massive $350,000 to deliver more life-changing wishes to sick kids and their families - but we need your help!

Get involved

Become a wish-maker

Wishes create moments of pure joy for families when they need it most. From a cubby house or puppy wish to becoming a train driver, seeing a unicorn fly or even captaining the Australian cricket team!

Support #24HOPE and you'll help make the impossible possible for more sick kids and their families.

Why 24 Hours Of Possibility?

We’re urgently raising funds to support our work with critically ill children all across Australia. With more than 6,500 kids diagnosed each year, and 700 families already taking part in our program, with your help, we want to make an even greater impact by reaching more families.

Make the impossible possible

Help kids like Alec

By supporting #24HOPE, you'll help make the impossible possible for kids like Alec.

The 8-year-old has been fascinated by trains all his life, so his wish is no surprise – an amazing train ride experience!

> Read Alec's story

Your support goes so much further than a wish... it creates possibility

Your donation gives the power to make more unicorns dance across the night sky, to find ways to let little boys captain the Australian cricket team and replace memories of endless hospital visits with unforgettable train journeys.

Zak’s favourite movies Jurassic Park and King Kong have one thing in common – the jungle... so it co...

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A devastating congenital heart condition runs in Claude's family. His wish to meet Ben Simmons showe...

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Chelsea wanted to forget about the endless hospital appointments and come to Melbourne and get dress...

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Wish children whose images feature on this page:

Kael, 4, acute lymphoblastic leukaemia - I wish to meet my favourite superheroes.
Archie, 6, congenital heart disease - I wish to be Australia’s newest Cricket Captain.
Abigail, 6, cystic fibrosis - I wish to go to "Unicornland".